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The European Union will ramp up its support for Ukraine in the wake of the largest Russian attack on Ukraine’s energy infrastructure, Interfax Ukraine reported on November 16.
Moldova is in the front line this winter as Russia's attack on Ukraine spills over to undermine the republic's energy security.
Russia relentlessly launched 100 missiles at 11 Ukrainian regions on the afternoon of November 15, just days after the war-torn country celebrated the liberation of Kherson.
Electricity supplies were cut off across much of Moldova after a power line that supplies the country was disconnected.
The United Kingdom has pledged GBP10mn to Ukraine’s Energy Support Fund, Ukraine Business News reported on November 15.
The investments of the world’s 125 wealthiest people produce the same amount of CO2 as the whole of France, while each of them emits a million times more greenhouse gases than the average person.
Russia’s relentless attacks on Ukraine’s energy infrastructure have caused the country’s GDP to fall to 39%, Ukraine Business News reported on November 11.
The European Parliament has approved temporary emergency regulations to accelerate the deployment of renewable energy across the EU, but gas investment is still allowed
Emissions from future LNG projects and could use up 10% of the remaining global carbon budget for 1.5˚C warming by 2050.
Romania plans to build two new reactors of 700MW net each at its sole nuclear power plant at Cernavoda.